Exhibitions & Events

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[singlepic id=151 w=500 h= float=] Joe Swift created a beautiful space for his Chelsea garden where wood and wood tones take center stage.   The...

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[singlepic id=122 w=500 h= float=] Conversations around the post press day pub tables buzzed last night with bets on who would take Best in Show...

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I have been pondering how to bring you the wealth of garden inspiration that I am finding here at Chelsea.   The gardens are, as usual, filled...

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Planting Inspiration from Chlesea Flower show 2012 by Rochelle Greayer - Grasses, Silver Orange and Purple
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My days here at the 2012 Chelsea Flower Show so full....yesterday I spent the morning in a garden identifying (as best I could) British weeds...

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I read this morning that Chelsea Flower Show tickets are selling on Ebay for over 300 GBP (that is on the order of $500USD). The...

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This weekend is all about getting ready for the weekends after that.   I have guests coming next weekend and then I am headed to...

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Tomorrow night's full moon is rumored to be a Super Moon. (great article about this here) Which, got me all excited to share this garden...

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I am putting the final touches on plans for my next travel adventure.  While this trip will be largely work driven (meeting people, visiting the...

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I'm taking all sorts of inspiration from Frank Lloyd Wrights 'Ennis House' that resides in the Santa Monica mountains but I am not sure I...

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Hayseed popup shop www.pithandvigor.com
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I am pleased to see the that the 'pop-up store' trend has trickled down the the garden community.  It makes sense in much the same...

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The idea of moving on from a garden is one of those things that I would rather chose to not think about.  Thankfully,  these thoughts...

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While I find this to be stunningly beautiful as a piece of art, I can't help but wonder about the practicality of this particular landscape...

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I was delighted to see this DIY for Little Farmer Easter baskets this morning over on Design Mom.   Coming out of my post-magazine publishing fog,...

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I am flat out with getting Issue #2 of Leaf Magazine out the door.  We are hoping to have it all done and ready for...

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holi festival of colors via www.pithandvigor.com
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We have finally made it. We have endured the grey skies of Winter and are stepping into this miraculous time of renewal, fertility, and regeneration,...

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Hi - just popping into let you know that I have a new arrival.   As with all new babies, families need time to adjust...

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Few designers and artists would deny that much of their inspiration comes from studying the natural world.  It doesn't matter what you are creating or developing,...

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I am, with great envy, eyeing the Smog Shoppe in LA.  I so wish that Boston had a similarly hip indoor-outdoor event space that married...

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If I were without a job, a bit younger, not married with a house and two kids, a cat and a soon to be puppy,...

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One of the greatest parties in the world takes place right here in the US in February.  This being the Year of the Dragon, I...

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leaf magazine spring 2012 cover
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Do you know how hard it is to be working on something so exciting -- but not be able to talk about it, lest I...

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